• Suggest a Community Education Class at CCC 

    Do you have a special skill, talent or craft you would like to share with others?

    Clackamas Community College, along with our Community School partners, is seeking part-time instructors for the Community Education program. Non-credit classes in art, fitness, financial planning, gardening, photography, parenting and more are offered to students of all ages. And if you have the ability and desire to provide a learning experience for seniors, adults and/or youths in your community, your talents are needed.

    How to Get Involved 

    Submit the follow Community Education form to suggest a class. You can also inquire about a Community Education teaching position.

     For more information call 503-594-0627.

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    Class you would like to suggest:   
    Why should we offer this class?    
    Where should this class be taught?   
    Would you like to suggest a particular teacher?
    (please include contact information if you have it)  
       
    Please list any Commununity Education courses that you have taken through Clackamas Community College:    
     
          
     
  • Contact our Office of Community Education

    Harmony Campus - 7738 S.E. Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

    Call us: 503-594-0627

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